A colon detox can do many things for you, including reduce inflammation, clear out debris from your colon, and rebalance gut probiotics. When it's done right, it's extremely healthy and can improve many health conditions.
Herbs can help increase your chances of conception and successful pregnancy for both men and women.
What you choose to eat has a significant impact on how you feel. Certain foods encourage depression, and others help fight it. Improve your mood, stabilize your hormones, support the probiotics in your gut, or give yourself more energy? Your food choices make a difference.
Bad breath has a lot of causes, but a little bacteria might be your cure. Learn what probiotics can do for you and the problems they can help solve.
Anxiety comes from different sources. You can control your gut, and studies on the brain connection show healthy probiotics can reduce anxiety and depression symptoms and help you feel more in control.
Choosing herbs versus medication only looks at part of the problem. Choosing wisely is a matter of knowing what you want and where to find the right answers.
We've had a lot of questions recently about taking probiotics with antibiotics. People are really concerned nowadays with all the different illnesses, viruses, and other nasty stuff floating around.
Stress can have a profound effect on immune system health. As many of us are coping with the global changes that have affected our lives, we can see the results of our increased stress response. This can include cortisol imbalance and adrenal fatigue that leads patients to your practice with complaints of anxiousness, memory fog, sugar cravings, and sleep issues. If the stress continues its chronic course, further symptoms of fatigue, hair loss, and reduced immune function can ensue.
Omega-3 fatty acids can have a profound effect on the brain, and particularly for helping to reduce the incidence of depression and mental decline. Specifically, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) has been shown to help lower the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease. 1 A new study published in The Lancet has shown that higher levels of this fatty acid are required than previously thought to help lower the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. 1
The ongoing research of medicinal plants is beneficial for revealing the powerful constituents that each contains. Andrographis paniculata, or Andrographis, is one such plant that possesses many photochemical compounds offering unique biological properties. Used for centuries in Asia and India as traditional medicine for several applications including digestive issues, inflammation, and fever, Andrographis features various compounds in its aerial parts and roots such as terpenoids (entalabdane diterpene lactones), flavonoids (flavones), noriridoides, xanthones, polyphenols, and trace/macro elements. 1,2